King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia traveled to the Kingdom of Morocco for a two day state visit. This trip is part of their July tour of neighboring countries. In their first official visit to Morocco as the King & Queen of Spain, their Majesties were greeted at the Rabat airport by the King of Morocco, Mohamed VI, and his wife, Princess Lalla Salma.
The royal convoy moved to the nearby Royal Palace where they were formally welcomed.
Following the ceremonial welcome, a meeting was held in the Throne Room of the palace. Felipe VI and Letizia were decorated with the "Wissam Al-Mohammadi", the highest state honour of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Queen Letizia opted for a executive style outfit for her arrival into Morocco. She wore a taupe Hugo Boss skirt suit which has been in her closet since 2011. She wore a beige shawl-collar silk blouse under her blazer, and accessorised with her trusty beige suede pumps by Magrit and a tonal python skin clutch.
At sunset, Don Felipe and Doña Letizia were the guests of honour at a banquet dinner to mark the end of fasting during the month of Ramadan. Each table was lavishly presented with traditional Moroccan sweets, dates and four types of soup, including the traditional "harira". The buffet menu consisted of about forty different dishes.
For dinner, Queen Letizia wore a semi-sheer white silk georgette blouse with an elegant silver lace full-length skirt by Felipe Varela. It was the perfect choice for the occasion and reflected Letizia's understated glamour.
Here is a closer look at the outfit.
A closer look at the skirt, clutch, and Cartier art deco white gold and diamond bracelet.
A closer look at the grey strap peep-toe shoes from Magrit. These are a bespoke design made from grey silk satin and feature a 12 cm heel with 3cm platform.
Letizia wore her hair up in a pinned bun and wore her "wedding" earrings.
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